Finally, with customs mercy, our midget finished the journey from his Moroccan
last home (Hamar Laghdad Formation, Alnif) to Waldbronn in good condition. We assume that, it is about a
Leonaspis (Kettneraspis), representative Genera Odontopleuridae (Superfamily.
Odontopleuroidea, Burmeister 1843, Order LICHIDA, Moore, 1959).
Negative (spec. left)
Positive (spec. right )
The anterior cephalic border projecting in parts the matrix, whereupon a broader cephalon is to be evinced. Further some typically longer pleural- and pygidial
spines are partially exposed. Rachis and right pleura are prominent abounding,
still partial coated with rock. Probably the midget has 8 thoracic segments.
Cause of the cover, there are no more detailed informations to be mapped at this
Further informations will follow before we'll start
the matrix ;-)))